New Brunswick

New Brunswick IFTA State Tax: An Overview

Do you own a trucking business in the province of New Brunswick? It’s important you register the vehicles in your fleet for IFTA filing to avoid penalty. Let us guide you further.

It is of utmost importance that you fill your IFTA quarterly tax return form in New Brunswick before the due deadlines as late filing may result in a penalty of $50 or 10% of the net tax liability. If you want to learn how to register for IFTA in New Brunswick, the next section is for you:

  • Complete and submit your application to The New Brunswick Finance Department.
  • There is $25 for each set of decals.
  • Your failure to do so may delay the renewal of your licence.
  • There are exemptions too.
  • Make sure you file your New Brunswick IFTA return before the due deadline.

Frequently asked questions

January, February, March: April 30

April, May, June: July 31

July, August, September: October 31

October, November, December: January 31

Yes, you would still need to file a ‘zero’ report in the state of New Brunswick.

You can find the latest information about IFTA rules and regulations in New Brunswick on

You are required to report the fuel put into qualified vehicles along with all kilometres travelled by qualified vehicles.

You are eligible to apply to New Brunswick for an IFTA licence and decals if you meet all of the following criteria:

  • you are a carrier with one or more qualified motor vehicles registered in New Brunswick;
  • you either maintain operational records in New Brunswick, or agree to sign an affidavit stating you are prepared to make records available to New Brunswick at your own expense; and
  • your qualified motor vehicles travel in New Brunswick and at least one other IFTA-member jurisdiction.